If you want to make sure that you won’t miss any of the upcoming football fray, you have come to the right place, because Big World Sports will hook you up with the latest news in the English Premier League. The teams of Crystal Palace and Watford meet.
Things have been going well for some teams and not so great for other teams. But who is to blame? We are not entirely convinced, albeit managers, footballers, and on occasion – fans, have all been known to influence the fortunes of their fans. Now, we have days packed with EPL action and we definitely not regret it. If you are eager to see an overview of the available games, you should check our latest write-ups:
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As you can see, we are quick to cover the latest events in the EPL. And this is no surprise. But why focus on today when there are more games further down the road, which merit further examination?
Crystal Palace vs Watford
What to say about this game other than we think Crystal Palace are slated to win. If you want some interesting news about the management of Crystal Palace, it’s worth mentioning that the team is now tied to a blockchain/crypto-exchange platform, which makes it one of the first EPL teams to have agreed to get payment in cryptocurrencies.
Crystal Palace is also far better poised to overcome Watford and this shouldn’t surprise anyone. If you are still doubting the team, it suffices to say that they have crushed Watford before and they truly need a refreshing victory following their rather poor performance in the league.
But even today, the main events are dedicated to teams who have been performing rather poor given the circumstances. Nobody is truly certain of the outcome of the EPL just now, but we know a lot about the likely outcomes of most of the available events.
Sunday 1.30pm Sky Sports Premier League
Venue Vicarage Road
Last season Watford 0 Crystal Palace 0
Referee Anthony Taylor
This season G2 Y3 R0 1.5 cards/game
Odds H 13-8 A 2-1 D 2-1
Subs from Dahlberg, Gomes, Britos, Prödl, Mariappa, Success, Masina, Femenía, Zeegelaar, Navarro, Quina, Peñaranda, Sema
Injured Chalobah (knee), Deulofeu (groin), Okaka (thigh, all 2 Sept), Cleverley (achilles), Kaboul (foot), Wilmot (all, both unknown)
Discipline Y4 R0
Leading scorer Pereyra 2
Subs from Guaita, Speroni, Kelly, Riedewald, Puncheon, Kouyaté, Williams, Meyer, Kaikai, Ayew, Wickham, Sørloth
Doubtful Wickham, Williams (both match fitness)
Injured Souaré (thigh, Sept), Dann (knee, Oct)
Suspended Wan-Bissaka (one match)
Discipline Y3 R1
Leading scorers Schlupp, Zaha 1
Fullham vs Burnley FC
It would be wrong to say that Burnley don’t stand a chance, but Fullham definitely seem like a team that is far more prepared to take on new challenges and bring matters to a satisfactory end. Come what may, the team will still to play at its best form in order to put a dent in the defences of Burnley.
We have seen what poor defenders could inflict upon their own team and that’s definitely not a pleasant sight to behold. Still, Burnley FC have all the reason to be confident. The team will have a defensive build-up, more specifically:
Venue Craven Cottage
Last season n/a
Referee David Coote
This season n/a
Odds H 11-10 A 4-1 D 12-5
Subs from Bettinelli, Rico, Kebano, Johansen, Fonte, Vietto, Kamara, McDonald, Fosu-Mensah, Cissé
Injured Mawson (knee, 28 Aug), Ayité (match fitness, 1 Sept), Ream (match fitness, 1 Sept)
Discipline Y1 R0
Leading scorer Mitrovic 1
Subs from Heaton, Taylor, Vokes, Barnes, Gibson, Walters, Bardsley, Long, Vydra, Wells
Injured Brady (hamstring, 1 Sept), Defour (calf, 16 Sept), Lindegaard (thigh), Pope (shoulder, both unknown)
Discipline Y2 R0
Leading scorer Tarkowski 1
A Final Thought on the Upcoming Match
The upcoming football derby is coming in full force. It’s definitely worth keeping an eye out for and we are exciting to be part of the overall race. You will find yourself quite pleased with the incoming matches!